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Chris Davis' 2-run homer helps Orioles defeat Red Sox 4-1

BOSTON (AP) Chris Davis hit a two-run homer, Chris Tillman rebounded from a rough start and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 4-1 Saturday. Adam Jones had three singles for the Orioles, who moved back over .500 at 6-5. David Ortiz went 3 for 3 with a double and two singles for the Red Sox, who lost for the third time in their last nine games. Brock Holt had three singles...
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Recap - Red Sox fall to Orioles 4-1

Jim MonaghanContributing WriterThe Baltimore Orioles used a pair of 2-run innings to beat the Red Sox 4-1 on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park. The loss evened the series 1-1.Photo courtesy CBS SportsThe Orioles plated 2 runs off Boston starter Clay Buchholz (pictured) in the top of the 4th inning on an RBI ground out by Manny Machado and an RBI single by Caleb Joseph.Chris ...
Via RedSoxLife
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Orioles’ Ryan Flaherty, Maine Native, Enjoys Happy Homecoming (Video)

Ryan Flaherty is glad to be back in New England. Especially when there’s no snow on the ground. The Baltimore Orioles infielder is a native of Portland, Maine, where he attended Deering High School and was named the state’s Gatorade High School Player of the Year during his senior year. Flaherty then traveled south, making his big-league debut with the O’s in 2012. The 28...
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Orioles’ Jonathan Schoop Suffers Torn PCL; Everth Cabrera Signing Looms Large

The Baltimore Orioles were dealt a significant blow last night in a 3-2 loss to the Boston Red Sox. In a game marred by the ejection of Ublado Jimenez, a more significant loss was suffered by the Orioles. Second baseman Jonathan Schoop has been diagnosed with a Grade 1 PCL tear. It is not a full tear, and the Orioles are optimistic that Schoop will not require surgery and will be...
Via Baseball Essential
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Orioles 2B Schoop goes on 15-day DL with sprained right knee

BOSTON (AP) The Baltimore Orioles put second baseman Jonathan Schoop on the 15-day disabled list Saturday because of a sprained right knee. Schoop said he got hurt when he tripped over first base in Friday night's game at Boston. He said a late, hard slide by Pablo Sandoval wasn't the cause of his injury. A couple innings after Sandoval made a rough, late slide while trying to break...
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Ryan Lavarnway's Bittersweet Return To Fenway

 (US Presswire)In 2008, the Red Sox selected him in the 6th round out of Yale. He was supposed to be a mainstay behind the plate at Fenway for years—maybe even an heir apparent to Jason Varitek. But things got complicated for Ryan Lavarnway. The offensive potential never materialized and he drifted in the Boston system for years. Other catching prospects moved ahead of him. Finally...
Via FenwayNation
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Ubaldo Jimenez hit Pablo Sandoval with pitch, was ejected

Baltimore Orioles pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez was ejected from Friday night’s game against the Boston Red Sox for allegedly hitting Pablo Sandoval on purpose. Whether or not it actually was doesn’t matter; Jimenez aimed one into the front shoulder of Sandoval. According to ESPN’s Buster Olney, the umpire may have tossed Jimenez because the off-target pitch could have been retaliation...
Via Sportsnaut
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Orioles Pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez Ejected After Hitting Red Sox’s Pablo Sandoval

BOSTON — Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez had a no-hitter going through 3 and 2/3 innings in Friday night’s game at Fenway Park, but he didn’t get a chance to finish the job. Jimenez was ejected by home plate umpire Jordan Baker in the fourth inning after hitting Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval with a pitch up high in the shoulder area. Baker immediately...
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Baltimore Orioles set to begin weekend series with Boston Red Sox

After winning two of their three games against the New York Yankees, the Baltimore Orioles have improved to 5-4 early in the 2015 season. Now, the Orioles ship up to Boston for a four-game weekend series against the Red Sox, who currently lead the AL East with a 6-3 record. This will be the first time these two teams meet this year, and given the many pundits who have chosen the...
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Jonathan Schoop: Patience at the Plate Key to Hot Start

Baltimore Orioles’ second baseman Jonathan Schoop ranked fourth among all Major League Baseball second basemen last season with 16 home runs. Unfortunately, among full-time players at his position, he ranked dead last in batting average and on-base percentage — .209 and .244, respectively. The rookie drew only 13 walks for the entire season. All things told, it was a respectable...
Via Baseball Essential
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Rays Sign J.P. Arencibia

     The Tampa Bay Rays have signed veteran catcher J.P. Arencibia to a minor league contract, according to several sources. Arencibia broke in with Toronto, who had drafted him with the 21st pick of the 2007 draft, despite concerns about his defence.  After breaking into MLB with a spectacular 4-5 debut, which included a pair of home runs in 2010, the Blue Jays made Arencibia...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
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Orioles' early-season schedule is a throwback to the '30s

BALTIMORE (AP) The Baltimore Orioles' early-season schedule is a journey into the past, exclusively on East Coast time. Baltimore doesn't play a game outside of the Eastern time zone until June 1, in Houston. Until then, the Orioles won't have to reset their watches or buckle up for a lengthy plane trip. The last teams to play all their games in the Eastern time zone through May...
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Caleb Joseph Providing Unexpected Contribution for the Orioles

Caleb Joseph hitting in a game at Fenway Park last season (Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports) When it was announced on June 16, 2014 that Baltimore Orioles catcher Matt Wieters was going to need Tommy John surgery on his right elbow, concerns were raised about the team’s catching depth. For good reason, as Wieters is a three-time All-Star and a two-time Gold Glove...
Via The Sports Journal
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Baltimore Orioles Strike Out a lot, but it Works for Them

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis (19) reacts after striking out in the fifth inning against the New York Yankees at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. New York Yankees defeated Baltimore Orioles 6-5. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports The game of baseball has shifted. Offense no longer reigns supreme. It is pitching that has taken the wheel and is in control...
Via The Sports Journal
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Is Kevin Gausman Too Predictable out of Bullpen?

One of the more interesting decisions made by the Orioles management team this Spring was the one to start the season with former fourth overall pick Kevin Gausman in the bullpen. Gausman made his full season debut in the Orioles’ starting rotation in 2014, and went 7-7 with a 3.57 ERA in 20 starts. His walk rate of 3.00 BB/9 was respectable, but the young right-hander struggled...
Via Baseball Essential
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Kevin Gausman is Learning to Elevate

There’s a lot going on with Kevin Gausman right now. He’s throwing a curveball, instead of a slider. I learned that from another baseball writer earlier today in my email. He’s working out of the bullpen, instead of the rotation. I learned that from general news, and from all the people who complain in our […]
Via Fangraphs
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Baltimore Orioles Shine in the Field Despite Missing Pieces

Baltimore Orioles’ Adam Jones, right, fist bumps third base coach Bobby Dickerson as he rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run in the first inning of a baseball game against the New York Yankees, Tuesday, April 14, 2015, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) Defense has always been a calling card for the Baltimore Orioles, going back to the days of Brooks Robinson...
Via The Sports Journal
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Orioles fan turns back on A-Rod during his at-bats

A Baltimore Orioles fan attending the team’s game on Monday against the New York Yankees at Camden Yards staged his own personal, silent protest to express his unsavory opinion of Alex Rodriguez. The man, seated in the left field stands, stood and turned his back to the field during each and every A-Rod at-bat. The...Read More The post Orioles fan turns back during Alex Rodriguez...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
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Bold Orioles fan turns back on A-Rod, is fine with other PED users

I don’t necessarily think that a ******* like this needs much attention, but check out Orioles fan Tolbert Rowe. During Monday’s Yankees-Orioles game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Rowe brought attention to himself by standing and turning his back during Alex Rodriguez’s plate appearances. This dude is refusing to watch A-Rod's at bats: — Tim...
Via The Outside Corner
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Orioles Fan Turns Back to A-Rod

Surprisingly enough, Alex Rodriguez hasn’t been making much noise since we saw his calligraphy on an apologetic letter. Still, that doesn’t mean that all is forgiven, especially when he went on the road. Monday night, A-Rod received the expected boos from the Baltimore crowd. However, a fan made it apparent he didn’t want anything to do with the 14-time All-Star. photo courtesy...
Via Sportsnaut
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Baltimore Orioles: Previewing the home-opening series against Toronto

Despite losing the series finale on Wednesday, the Baltimore Orioles have left St. Petersburg having won two of their three games against the Tampa Bay Rays. Now, after an off day, the Orioles will return home to Baltimore to begin a six-game homestand with three games against the Toronto Blue Jays followed by three games against the New York Yankees. On Friday, the Orioles will...
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Adam Jones photobombed a segment on The Rundown

On today’s edition of MLB Network’s The Rundown,’s Brittany Ghiroli was giving an on camera report…when Orioles outfielder Adam Jones bounced through the background. .@SimplyAJ10 hopped in for a visit during @Britt_Ghiroli's segment on #TheRundown — MLB Network (@MLBNetwork) April 7, 2015 You’ve still got three hours until first pitch...
Via The Outside Corner
11 days ago  |  Discuss

This Buck Showalter commercial will give you chills (Video)

At a time when so many people are saying baseball is dying, Buck Showalter is here to remind us of how great the state of the game is. Showalter, the Baltimore Orioles manager, narrates this fantastic commercial that has been playing throughout the start of the season. It features stars of the game like David...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Baltimore Orioles: Opening Day wrap-up

The Baltimore Orioles kicked off their campaign to defend the AL East title today with a 6-2 victory over the division-rival Tampa Bay Rays. Chris Tillman turned in 6.2 innings of one-run ball while Alejandro De Aza, Steve Pearce, and Ryan Flaherty all added home runs. It’s the fifth consecutive year that the Orioles have won their season opener, and the win also gives them a slight...
12 days ago  |  Discuss

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